La Isha Great Moisture Booster For Super Dry Skin

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First a quick disclaimer- I am not a medical professional and my thoughts on this product should in no way shape or form convince you that I am an expert. I can only give you my testimonial of this product and make it clear that I am in no way shape a form an expert of skin care.

Now that we got that out of the way, let’s talk about this. First of all I want to be clear that for this review I actually did not use it on my face, because I do not suffer from any issues of dry skin but someone in my house does. My 8 year old daughter Willow. She has severe eczema and the thirstiest skin ever. I made the decision a long time ago that I would not keep using steroids on her skin because it just didn’t seem like the best option. So I have went from one product to the next to the next. The thing is, coconut oil has been very effective on her body, except her face. It leaves it greasy and broke out. So after reading about La Isha and what it claims to do, I figured why the heck not!

My daughter has one facial moisturizer that has been efficient on her skin and that is MAC Studio Moisture Cream. This keeps her facial dryness under control until she gets home from school. Then we have to re-apply at the end of the day.

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Here enters La Isha. These are drops that claim to boost the moisture content of your facial cream.  Interesting thing about this product is that it is 100% pomegranate oil. No carrier oils, no other additives.

Just to quickly summarize, once I added the drops to the cream (I added two drops) you could see an almost instant improvement.  Her face was moisturized far past her normal 2-3 o clock pm, her skin was nice and moist until she washed her face at bedtime.  There was also an improvement in texture and tone.  Since using these drops, I have no had any issues.

The only complaint I have is the smell, the pomegranate oil is very strong and lets off a very strong odor but have no fear, once you mix it in the moisturizer you will not smell a thing.

La Isha Pomegranate Moisture Booster is available for $35 for a 0.5oz bottle, which equates for about 300 drops.

Also check out some of their other products at http://la-isha.com/

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Aprill Coleman is an award-winning beauty, lifestyle and wellness blogger and freelance writer based in Jackson, Mississippi.

4 thoughts on “La Isha Great Moisture Booster For Super Dry Skin

  1. Sharon Gnatt Epel

    Hi Aprill!
    We were all so happy to read your blog and hear that our La Isha Moisture Booster is helping your daughter! My son has eczema and it has been hugely helpful for him as well.

    Just wanted to clarify: the reason it has a distinctive smell is because we chose not to adulterate it in any way, so that it's properties would not be diluted and it would not "fight" the fragrance of the cream or moisturizer you are adding it to….

    Wishing you the blessings of good health and timeless beauty,
    Sharon Gnatt Epel

    CEO/Founder La Ishá, Inc.
    Timeless Beauty through Healthy Alternatives
    …Because women shouldn't have to sacrifice their health to stay beautiful…
    4950 S. Yosemite Street, SQ361
    Greenwood Village, Co 80111
    Telephone: 303.601.7284
    Customer Service: customerservice@La-Isha.com http://www.La-Isha.com

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    Yes. Thank you!

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